Tag Archives: Mike Howe

Metal Review: Metal Church – XI (2016)

Metal Church - XI

While this may sound like blasphemy to most die hard Metal Church fans, I always appreciated the Mike Howe era of the band the most. While David Wayne was a great vocalist, the first Metal Church album was great and The Dark was average with a couple of really great songs on it. Their reunited

Metal Church Release Lyric Video For Killing Your Time

Metal Church - XI

Thrash metal veterans Metal Church have released a lyric video for “Killing Your Time” taken from their upcoming album XI, which will be available via Rat Pak Records (USA/Canada/SA), Nuclear Blast (Europe) and King Records (Japan) on March 25, 2016. Check it out below. This is the band’s 11th studio album and marks the return

Reunited Metal Church Give New Album Details, Premiere Video For No Tomorrow

Metal Church - Mike Howe

Reunited thrash metal veterans Metal Church recently announced the return of vocalist Mike Howe and now we have information on the upcoming album, XI, as well as a new music video for “No Tomorrow” from the album slated for a worldwide (except North and South America and Japan) release on March 25, 2016 via Nuclear

Metal Church Streaming Re-Recording of Badlands 2015

Metal Church: Blessing in Disguise

It is hard to believe that Metal Church’s classic opus Blessing in Disguise is over 25 years old. Thrash metal veterans Metal Church are reunited with former singer Mike Howe, who has actually always been my favorite singer of theirs. To mark this momentous occasion, the band has released a recording of their classic “Badlands”

Vocalist Ronny Munroe Quits Metal Church

Metal Church

Classic metal act Metal Church have announced that vocalist Ronny Munroe has left the band to “pursue other interests.” This comes after his work on four albums and a decade with the band. Let’s face it. The albums have been less than memorable through no fault of his own. Metal Church was a solid metal

Metal Review: Metal Church: Generation Nothing (2013)

Metal Church Generation Nothing

Metal Church stirs up so many memories and emotions within me, but not for the same reasons that most Metal Church fans remember them. While the band’s namesake song, Metal Church, is one of my favorite thrash metal songs of all time, and the entire first side of their first album (am I showing my